Robert C. Larsen, M.D., M.P.H.
Date/Place of Birth:
15 November 1952/Chicago, Illinois
M.D., 1978, Northwestern University Medical School
B.A. with Distinction, 1973, University of Colorado / Major: Molecular Biology
M.P.H., 1984, University of California, Berkeley / Major: Administrative Sciences
Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar, U.C., San Francisco 1982-84
Psychiatric Residency, Langley Porter Psychiatric Institute, UCSF, 1978-82
Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, UCSF School of Medicine
Clinical Faculty, Division of Occupational & Environmental Medicine, UCSF
Director, Center for Occupational Psychiatry, 1985-present
Private Practice of Psychiatry, 1982-85
Consultant: Center for Rehab & Occupational Health, 1984-88;
Department of Occupational Health, Pacific Medical Center, 1984-87;
State of California, Independent Physician Reviewer, Department of
Mental Health, 1984-85
Emergency Services Psychiatrist, Highland General Hospital, Oakland, 1979-84
PSI Consultants, Co-Director, psychiatric consulting firm to industry, 1983-84
Outpatient/Residential Psychiatrist, Schuman Liles Clinic, Oakland, 1980-81
Clinic Psychiatrist, Tenderloin Clinic, San Francisco, 1980
Psychiatric Resident, UCSF Medical Center, San Francisco, 1978-82
California License as Physician & Surgeon
Medical License, State of New Mexico
Diplomate, American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology
Diplomate, National Board of Medical Examiners
Qualified Medical Examiner, State of California, Division of Workers'
Current teaching interests include occupational mental health and forensic psychiatry.
Prior teaching at the University of Colorado and Northwestern University.
Research areas have included occupational health, mental health
services assessment, impairment in professionals, economics of mental
health services and cell biology. Prior research at University of
Colorado, University of Miami, Boston University and Northwestern
American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law
American College of Psychiatrists, past Finance Committee Member
American Orthopsychiatric Association, Fellow
California Society of Industrial Medicine & Surgery, past President, 1990
Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry, Psychiatry & History Committee
Prior Professional Affiliations
Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry, Secretary, 1994
American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
American Public Health Association
American Psychiatric Association, Life Fellow
California Medical Association
Industrial Claims Association
International Commission on Occupational Health
Northern California Psychiatric Society
San Francisco Medical Society
Mandell Award, California Society of Industrial Medicine and Surgery, 2015
Silver Scalpel Award, California Society of Industrial Medicine and Surgery, 2006
Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry, Member, 1990
American College of Psychiatrists, Member, 1989
R.W. Johnson Clinical Scholar, 1982-84, UCSF
Laughlin Fellow, 1982, American College of Psychiatrists
AMA/APA Physician Recognition Awards, 1981
Creative Achievement Award, 1980, Langley Porter
AMA Rock Sleyster Scholar, 1977
Phi Beta Kappa, 1974, University of Colorado
Crouse Scholar, 1973, University of Colorado
Simon Scholar, 1973, University of Colorado
UCSF Medical Center
Glide Ensemble, Glide Memorial Methodist Church, 2014-2016.
Medical Evidence Evaluation Advisory,
Division of Workers’ Compensation, 2012-2014
Industrial Medical Council, Division of Industrial Relations, 1990-2003
Consultant, Board of Medical Quality, 1984-86
1984 Wellness Program speaker, UCSF School of Dentistry
San Francisco Prevention Project, Medical Society representative, 1983-84
Publications include topics on psychological trauma, workplace violence, medical
ethics, substance abuse, impaired professionals, professional training, group
therapy and cell biology.
Given both locally and at national meetings. These have included a
variety of mental health topics to both lay and professional audiences.
Publication listing and references are available upon request.
Curriculum vitae revised January 2019.